Our Detroit Show room is proud to offer this 1995 Pontiac Trans am Firehawk. This is not your typical 90s Trans Am. This is #65 of 597 that was built in 1995 by Street Legal Performance and its dripping with added performance parts. The original LT1 has been bored and stroked to 383 CID and fitted with an Eagle Forged Crank shaft, Manley forged rods, Keith Black pistons, Lloyd Elliot stage 2 cylinder heads and more! All of this with a professional computer tune to keep it all in line. The transmission is the original 6-speed with Hurst shifter and new ram stage 3 clutch. The exhaust is a 3 inch Magnaflow that literally shook the building when they pulled it in. This hot bird was completely refinished with jet black paint and clear coat in the year 2012 and looks fresh from the factory. Options include AM/FM/CD, Power brakes, steering and door locks. Breath the fresh air with the must have T-top. Tires and A/C condenser was also recently replaced. The car also placed first in its division at the Pontiac Nationals in 2012. A lot is time and care went into keeping the Pontiac is such great shape. With just over 57,000 miles on the body and 3000 since the engine was rebuilt this Firehawk will fly for years to come. For more information on this 1995 Pontiac Firehawk visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or give our friendly and knowledgeable staff a call at (313)-982-3100.See more at: WWW.GatewayClassicCars.com/DET/1488/
|Transmission:||6 Speed Manual|
Our Detroit Showroom opened its doors in June of 2013 and is the fourth addition to Gateway Classic Cars. Detroit has been dubbed as the "Motor City Capital of the World" and has earned that title by being home base for American automobile manufacturers such as General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Dodge/Chrysler. Detroit is also home to the largest automotive gathering in the world, The Woodward Dream Cruise which is hosted annually on the 3rd weekend of August.
Our Detroit Showroom is located in historic "Ford Country" just footsteps from the Ford Motor Company World Headquarters building and a short drive to the General Motors World Headquarters located in the Renaissance Building in Downtown Detroit. Henry Ford once roamed these streets with Model T's, the Dodge brothers raced their way around city roads and extinct companies like Oldsmobile and Pontiac have left us fossils reminding us of the greatest era in automotive history, the muscle car era.